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pull over (someone) or pull (someone) over
to force a car to drive to the side of the road and stop (often used when talking about the police)
The police pulled over the man because he had been drinking and driving.
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  • pull rank on (someone)
  • pull the plug
  • pull the plug on (someone or something)
  • pull the rug out from under (someone)
  • pull the wool over (someone`s) eyes
  • pull through (something)
  • pull up one`s socks or pull one's socks up
  • pull up stakes
  • punch a hole in (something)
  • pure and simple
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  • back in circulation
  • bawl out (someone) or bawl (someone) out
  • have an ear for (something)
  • take the edge off (something)
  • a match for (someone)
  • tough row to hoe
  • quick on the uptake
  • a penny for one`s thoughts
  • in abeyance
  • bound for (somewhere)

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  • Munshi Premchand

    Adoption of the name Premchand

    In 1909, Premchand was transferred to Mahoba, and later posted to Hamirpur as the Sub deputy Inspector of Schools.Around this time, Soz e Watan was noticed by the British Government officials, who banned it as a seditious work. The British collector of the Hamirpur District ordered a raid on Premchands house, where around five hundred copies of Soz e Watan were burnt.Subsequently, Dhanpat Rai had to change his pseudonym from Nawab Rai to Premchand.In 1914, Premchand started writing in Hindi (Hindi and Urdu are considered different registers of a single language Hindustani, with Hindi drawing much of its vocabulary from Sanskrit and Urdu being more influenced by Persian). By this time, he was already reputed as a fiction writer in Urdu. His first Hindi story Saut was published in the magazine Saraswati in December 1915, and his first short story collection Sapta Saroj was published in June 1917.


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